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The big reveal

Tomorrow, everyone at the Capitol will finally lay eyes on the policy that many have already taken sides on: Brewer’s proposed AHCCCS expansion. The governor will unveil the draft language of her plan at a press conference tomorrow afternoon on the House lawn.

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High expectations

One source close to Brewer told our reporter that the core sentiment of Brewer’s letter this week to PCs was emblematic of the way she approaches public service – and though it was sent to the PCs, its message is aimed in many ways at GOP legislators.

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Well, okay, if you insist

It took Montenegro only three days of soul-searching to decide to follow the urging of the conservative and tea party leaders and formally explore running for secretary of state.

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Jeff Flake unmoved by Giffords ad

While she did not directly comment on Giffords’ new ad targeting the senator, Flake spokeswoman Genevieve Rozansky told our reporter via email yesterday that Flake opposes universal background checks for gun purchases.

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He could be a contenter

Pastor looks to be a serious contender to replace Ray LaHood as US transportation secretary. One Democratic operative said word is spreading that Pastor has had three sit-down interviews regarding the job.

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You’re our only hope

Eighteen conservative activists, tea party officials and GOP leaders delivered a letter to Montenegro today urging him to explore a run for secretary of state in 2014.

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Pick me! Pick me!

Daniel Patterson piped up on Twitter today, saying that if Saldate is appointed to the federal Dept of the Interior and resigns from the House, he wants to return to the Legislature. Patterson told our reporter he plans to run for the appointment if the seat opens up in LD3.

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Running out of options

Biggs yesterday told our reporter that he would like to see lawmakers explore the possibility of keeping the current AHCCCS enrollment freeze or, at most, simply restore the Prop 204 population to capture the normal federal match of 2-to-1.

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Lawmakers brush off ‘bully tactics’

Americans for Prosperity yesterday sent an email to supporters calling on them to contact the four GOP senators who “failed to do the right thing” when they voted against anti-union legislation last week and urge them to support such legislation in the future.

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